Patrick McGinn, Federal Emergency Management Agency National Incident Management Assistance Team West planning support unit leader secures a vehicle onto a C-5M Super Galaxy during training with the 60th Aerial Port Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., 4 April, 2018. The training benefited both FEMA and Travis AFB by increasing their readiness and preparedness to respond to natural disasters when tasked. FEMA Corps sets the foundation for a new generation of emergency planners by leveraging a newly created unit of 1,600 service corps members from AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps who are solely devoted to FEMA disaster response and recovery. (U.S. Air Force photo by Joey Swafford)
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